Jazzed Up Oatmeal Vegan Wheat Free Pea Jelly Oatmeal Gluten Free Vegan Bakerita Start Your Morning With Pea Jelly Oatmeal For A Healthy Delicious Breakfast
Next morning add little water if needed and cook while stirring until it is shiny. Season with salt and drink. Millets are low fat protein sources. I hope at least one or two of the above options suit your taste and timing. On weekends one can indulge a bit more by making cooked breakfast and a number of such recipes are available on my blog as well. After a full night s sleep the first meal we eat is the breakfast. They are in a way a fuel to drive ourselves in carrying out the day s tasks. Having breakfast is very necessary for a smooth and comforting day throughout. Planning a proper breakfast becomes necessary if we are ought to feel energized and to have a satisfied appetite! After all one does not have to overeat later if he has a contented breakfast in the morning.
Reason I mention that is that although some people criticise them for having a heavy meal that early what modern day dieticians are advising is pretty much similar - have a big breakfast. The meal would normally consist of rice (carbohydrates) dal (protein) vegetables (vitamins and minerals) and ghee (fat) and unless I got it all wrong this is what constitutes a balanced meal. At this day and age we barely have the time to make all these before we walk out of the doors to work and neither would our working hours allow such a schedule. So what are some quick breakfast solutions you could try. 1. Oats porridge - boil a couple of tablespoon of oats in water until it is done (regular oats is better than quick cooking and honestly does not take much time to cook anyway).
Top a healthy muffin with berries and eat along with a glass of juice. Plenty of healthy muffin recipes are available try making enough over the weekend itself. I would say it probably takes about 10 minutes to make the muffin batter and about 20 minutes baking time and that would be your breakfast sorted for a week! 4. Breakfast sandwich - you could make these with leftovers too. You could use chapattis or pita breads or wholemeal breads and stuff them with left over sabjis or any vegetable of choice. Over the weekends I tend to quickly sauté grated courgette spice it with cumin chilly and coriander powder and make a grilled wholemeal sandwich. This helps me get one of my five a day vegetables as well. You can try the same with paneer or grated cauliflower cabbage etc.